Thursday, October 6, 2005

Headline News: 10/6/2005

From ABC News:
Police Investigate New York Subway Terror Threat
John Rocker was right

From ABC News:
Skipping 'Oprah' May Have Saved Woman
More women urged to skip 'Oprah'

From ABC News:
Hotel Chain Asks Katrina Evacuees to Leave
Paris Hilton currently only Hilton to let unannounced strangers spend the night

From ABC News:
Most Say God Was Not Factor in Hurricanes
Many believe the Almighty had subcontracted the storms to Japanese weather cartel

From ABC News:
Silicon Insider: Death of the PC
With so few people using computers, the PCs days are numbered

From ABC News:
SpaceShipOne Donated to Smithsonian
Cheaper than hauling it to the dump

From ABC News:
AOL Buys Weblogs to Boost Blog Presence
InstaPundit ... A Time-Warner Company

From ABC News:
Microsoft to Offer New Security Service
Burgler and fire alarms will say "Are you sure?" before alerting authorities

From ABC News:
NBC Plans Live Episode of 'The West Wing'
Cokehead writer, Moonbat stars: What could go wrong?

From ABC News:
Martha Stewart set to race giant pumpkin in Canada
Pumpkin is Canada's fastest sterioid-free athlete


  1. Birthday Headlines

    It's Pluto's Dad's birthday today. Kermit Goes Postal Found out Miss Piggy was banned in the UK. Trump to build tulip-shaped hotel Thinks no one will notice it's really shaped like something rhyming with Mulva. Sharon Stone defends Kate Moss...

  2. Thursday

    Nickie Goomba: Gore Goes Nuts at New York Media Conference Basil's Blog: Headline News Grouchy Old Crippled: Good to be Blonde Right Jokester: A couple more old Soviet jokes The Owner's Manual: Bizzaro World Goober Queen: Show Me Your...

  3. Friday Headlines

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP)
    Fishermen to Help Save Alaska Whales
    Since Billy Graham retired last year


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